From Author's Website:
I'm a 26 year old Scottish book addict and I graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2009. I studied ancient and medieval history at uni, and it was in my first year there, in the middle of a classical literature lecture, that I first came up with the idea for The Tale of Lunarmorte. I've been writing since as long as I can remember, and I have a particular interest in the paranormal, fantasy and dystopian genres.
I love pulling pieces of historical fact (or mythology) and twisting it to fit my stories, and am more than thankful my degree is being put to good use in my writing.
I began self-publishing in 2011 and now write full time. When I'm not writing, I'm usually thinking about writing or thinking about thinking about writing. When I'm pried from writing you can usually find me either curled up with a good book or my kindle, taking looonnngggg (<---- see what I did there?) walks, swimming (and trying to stay zen when rude older people take up three lanes at a time in what I'm pretty sure is an attempt to drown me), watching a good drama/film or chilling with friends and family. I'm very low-key and very low-maintenance :-p